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THE AlfGTJS. FJIIDAV. JAXUARY 10. 1000.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR SAT
URDAY. Fresh dressed roosters, lb... 9c
Fresh dressed hens, lb. ...12c
Fresh dressed young chick-
?HS lt) 1SC
Fresh dressed young ducks,
Fresh dressed young bab
bits, each 15c
Rabbits, each 10c
"Plenty of fresh dressed young
turkeys, fresh fish, salt, mack
Fresh English walnut
meats, lb. 35c
Fresh pecan meats, lb 55c
Fresh shelled Jordan al
monds, lb 40c
Fresh cracked pecans,
lb. package 18c
Fresh dates, per lb. ... .... 5c
Extra large navel seedless
oranges, tomorrow, doz 25c
Fancy Florida grape fruit, c-k-tra
large and fancy,
Fresh cocoanuts, each 8c
Fancy Alemeria white grapes,
Saturday all day, per
pound : 15c
Baker's chocolate, 2 20c
cakes for 25c
Large package pancake
flour , 20c
Quart bottle of pure maple
Good standard corn, per
Potatoes, per peck 12c
Harris & Hess
Eighteenth Street & Third Ave.
Old Phones 456 and 380. .New
phones 5440 and 5825.
SOUTH POLE TRIP
societies in the large cities of Europe
and South America. He wears decora
tions from the kings of Sweden and
Spain, and has received gold medals
from many famous societies and cities.
Or. OttO Nordtnskjold Tells of (He has written extensively the results
His Antarctic Explorations.
TWO YEARS IN ICY REGION
Expedition from Sweden on Board
Ship "Antarctic" Lecture Illus
trated by Views.
Bromo-Lax (contains no
Quinine) breaks up colds in
the head In a few hours-
leaves no bad after-effects
Hke Quinine Preparations.
Does the work ouickly
safely tret a box today from your drutr
tfLst Asis for the Orange Colored Box
and see that the label reads
UaU CONTAINS NO QUININEO
Dr. Otto Nordenskjold, the celebrated
explorer of the Bouth polar regions, de
livered his illustrated lecture, "Two
Years Among the Ice of the South
Pole," in the auditorium of Augustana
college last evening, to a large and
thoroughly attentive audience.
Many attempts by famous explorers
have been made to reach the no'rth
pole, but because of its almost inacces
sability surrounded, as it is. by great
quantities of ice, comparatively few
attempts have been made to reach the
south pole. Dr. Nordenskjold In 1901
and 1902 made the most successful at
tempt on record and it was of this re
markable voyage fraught with thrilling
and interesting experiences, that he
spoke last evening. After overcoming
almost insuperable difficulties and re
lying upon his own efforts, Dr. Nor
denskjold and his companions aboard
the ill-fated ship "Antarctic" set sail
for this land of perpetual snow and ice.
For two years he labored in the in
terest of science on this land where no
human foot had ever before trod. He
told of terrible suffering and privations
which they were compelled to endure.
of the pleasures and disappointments
that came and went, and of the import
ant and remarkable discoveries in geo
graphy and geology which he has
added to science. Fossils of animals and
well preserved leaf prints were found
which strengthened Dr. Nordenskjold's
theory that geologically, the land sur
rounding the south pole is a continua
tion of South America and that it at
one time had a luxuriant floral growth
end was inhabited by animals of no
small size. The lecture was illustrated
with views taken by Dr. Nordenskjold
on this trip and from paintings by one
of the party, which were particularly
interesting and beautiful.
I'rrnonnllf y of Kxplorrr.
Dr. Nordenskjold's history is full of
interesting events. He is a nephew of
that famous Arctic explorer. Baron
Nordenskjold. a graduate from the
i University of Upsala with the degree
, of doctor of phlosophy, an honorary
: member of the geological societies in
; London. Amsterdam and other such
of his explorations in East Greenland
and in the extreme end of South Amer
ica, Terra del Fuego, and Patagonia
He speaks English, Spanish, French
and German, besides Swedish
Time la Limited.
Augustana was particularly fortu
nate in procuring Dr. Nordenskjold for
his time is limited to one month in
this country, and he delivers in this
time 25 lectures in the more important
universities and colleges
After the lecture an opportunity was
given those interested, to meet Dr
Nordenskjold and his wife, who accom
panies him on his tour. Later in the
evening an informal reception was
held at the home of Dr. Andreen, where
Dr. and Mrs. Nordenskjold were sere
naded by the student body, bearing
During the afternoon the distinguish
ed traveler and lecturer was driven
from the Harper house to Uock Island
arsenal, which he inspected with great
Initiate Candidates for Woodmen
the World Banquet at Harms
Rock Island camp. No. S3, Woodmen
of the World, recently organized in
this city, held its second meeting last
evening, and received a class of 17 can-
umates. ine initiatory ceremonies
were conducted by the drill team of
Carnival City camp, of Davenport; one
of the best organized teams in this lo
cality. The officers of the Davenport
camp conducted the meeting.
Following the ceremonies at the
lodge room, the members, to the num
ber of 100, repaired to the Harms ho
tel, where an enjoyable banquet was
served. Following the feast, a pro
gram of toasts was given. Harry Mc-
Farland, of Davenport presiding as
toastmaster. Among those who re
sponded were Prof. V. O. Peterson
State Organizer W. J. Anderson of
Chicago. Henry N. Hanson, A. P. Me-
GuirL of Davenport. V. M. Walker. Dr.
Lindity of Davenport and F. H. Bur
The local camp, is prospering and
p!ans are being made for the organiza
tion of a camp in Moline in the near
LABOR CONGRESS EXTENDS
VOTE OF THANKS TO BOARD
From 20 to 25 per cent Re
duction on All
Wish Honored by Opening Public Li
brary Clinton Men Fail to Ap
pear at Meeting.
At the regular meeting of the Tri-
City Labor congress last evening a
vote of thanks was tendered by the
congress to the Kock Island library
board for granting the organization's
request to open the public library Sun
days. At a recent meeting of the con
gress the opening of the library was
discussed, and a committee appointed
to confer with the library board in the
matter. The board consented to open
the library from 2 to 5 o'clock Sunday
afternoons as an experiment, and to
ksep the building open Sundays as long
as the attendance warrants.
The delegation from the Clinton con
gress, which was expected to he pres
ent last evening, failed to appear, to
the great disappointment of the dele
gates in attendance. Last evening's
meeting was the largest, ever held by
the labor congress, over GO delegates
bring in attendance. Delegates were
received and obligated from machin
ists' unions No. 8S and No. 8,1, and
from the journeymen tailors union,
A KIDNAPING AT GENESEO
In this are the
G. & H. Specials,
Hart, Shaffner 6c Marx,
B. Kuppenheimer (Si Co.
Makes of Clolhing.
Don't Miss This Opportunity at
GUST AF SON
Mrs. William Tell Believed to Have
Spirited Daughter to Chicago.
A supposed case of kidnaping is re
ported from Geueseo. William Tell,
who is employed in the stock yards at
that place, some time ngo secured a di
vorce and was awarded the custody of
his young daughter. Wednesday the
child disappeared and it is believed
that the mother, who is employed in
Chicago, came to Geneseo, disguised
the child and took her away. The fath
er is taking steps to recover the little
IN THE BIG:
HEAR what your friends and neighbors have to say
about the "PUSH" sale. Fts the duty of every family to save
money and if saving money is any object to you, you'll certainly
be here tomorrow.
A $10 CLOAK FOR $5.98.
Not old styles, but Ladies' strictly
new, up-to-date Cloaks, that have
been . selling all season for $10:
choice of the lot tomorrow r- nn
A $12.50 CLOAK FOR $7.98.
This lot includes Ladies' Long
Box Coats, with velvet collar, in
light shades, and other popular
$25 TAILOR MADE SUITS TO
MORROW FOR $10.
The lot comprises all new, nobby
Suits; ultra-fashion garments.
DRESSING SACQUES GIVEN
Two Dressing Sacques for the
price of one. You purchase one
and we will make you a present
SEE- THE SOILED LOTS OF
The different lots are selling fast
at "Push" Sale Prices.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
Many lots offered tomorrow at
less than Mill Prices.
Ladies' S"c fleeced Underwear: an
other case goes on sale to
Ladies' LTnion Suits 23C
Children's Union Suits 19C
Ladies' fleece lined Ho.se, 15c for
one pair, or two pairs nn
Ladies' fine black cashmere QQn
wool Hose, pair C
Children's fleece lined Hose, q
BARGAINS FOR MEN.
Case of Men's regular 50c heavy
fleece lined Underwear, on QQ
sale Saturday at O J C
Men's wool Uunderwear Of"l
Lot of. $1.00 "Monarch" Kfln
Shirts, choice OUC
Men's black Hose, q
Men's wool Hose, 1 Cr
Case of Men's fancy Hose on sale
Saturday, at, per
SPECIAL Beaver Shawls -f C
for I. DO
( Second floor. ) .
Fancy Goods on Sale Saturday:
Cotton Pillow Cords, r
Battenberg hand-made r
Doilies, each OC
Stamped Center Pieces, on nr
tan linen, each fcOC
Ready-made Sofa Pillows e
Fancy Dresser Scarfs 49c
SPECIALS ON THE THIRD
FLOOR ON SALE SATURDAY.
Heavy stitched Comforters, qj
$1 .39 value, on sale at U U C
$1.50 all wcol gray Blankets, large
11-4 size, on sale at, n nn
Odd Lace Curtains at less than
Brass Curtain Rods, extension 0
to 50 inches, suitable for -j
lace curtains, each I C
2Zc Cloth Window Shades, r-
complete with fixtures IDC
Short Rope Portiers, for single
doors, the $1.25 kind, on QO
sale at OOC
AT THE NOTION COUNTER.
5 spools of Machine Thread r-
Two papers of Pins
for ".. C
Hose Supports, pair,
Colgate's miniature size Perfumes,
five bottles in box; sale, ni
Kirk's Witch Hazel Soap,
box of 3 three cakes for
1,000-sheet roll Toilet Paper,
C rolls for
SPECIAL GLOVE SALE SAT
URDAY AFTERNOON AND
Ladies' Kid Gloves at r- n
The lot consists of Gloves that
have been "tried on," and have
fdight Imperfections; they repre
sent gloves that sold as hih as
$2.00 pair. Tomorrow you can
buy them at 5tp pair; and ev
ery pair sold "as are," no exchanges.
20 per cent off Wall Paper.
EXTRA SPECIAL SATUR
DAY EVENING FROM 7:30 TO 9
Savon Carnation Pink Toilet Soap,
regular 10c soap, bar m
EXTRA SPECIAL 7:30 TO 9
O'Clock Saturday Evening
Wrn's 5ie Ties, choice.
Men's -'5e Tics, choice,
Men's Black and White
Stripe Working Shirts.
W. A. ANNING. of Chicago. ir Charge of Sale
R.OCK ISLAND, ILL.
WILL NOT CHANGE
Postoffice Departmant Holds to
Ruling Against Indianap
WOODMEN MAY PUBLISH HERE
Paper Must Be Entered at Principal
Place of Business Either Rock
Is'and or Lincoln.
No dangerous drugs or alcoholic
concoctions Rre taken into the stom
ach when Hyotnei is used. Breathed
through the inhaler,- the balsamic
healing of Hyomei penetrates to the
most remote cells of the nose dnd
throat, and thus kills the catarrhal
germs, neals trie irritated mucous
membrane, and gives complete and
Hyomei is the simplest, most pleas
ant and the only guaranteed cure for
catarrh that has been discovered.
Complete outfit, $1; extra bottle, 50
For sale by II. O. Rolfs... .
According to the last ruling of the
lostoffice department The Modern
Woodman, the official publication of
lie Modern Woodmen of America, will
lot be given the privilege of being en-
red as second class mail matter in
lie pofloflice at Indianapolis, where it
s now being printed. It may be neces
sary for the 'society to make arrange
ments to have the paper printed here.
his being The principal place of its
F. C). Van Galder, editor of the pub-
iration, has returned from Washing-
ou bringing Ihc above information. He
went there several days ago to get mat
ers straightened out with the depart
ment, which had several weeks before
ruled the matter out of the second class.
As a similar ruling had been made be
fore and reinstatement secured, it was
thought that an explanation of the con
ditions and circumstances under which
the publication is issued would suffice.
I'rltirlpnl HunlncNM I'lnoe.
The difficulty seems to bo not with
the class of the matter, but with' the
postoffico in which it is to be entered.
Kor several years it has been printed
in Lincoln, Neb., and was acceptod
tnere as second class. The ruling of
the department is that it should be en
tered in Ihe city where its place of
business is located, which is Rock Is
land. While no decision was made in
the matter it was thought by the de
partment officers that it could be pub
lished at Lincoln, as the head consul
of the society maintains an office there.
The board of directors was informed
of the situation today by Mr. Van Gal
der, but the members were Inclined to
take the matter up further with a
view to getting the ruling reversed.
What-they dislike about the order is
that the society is bound to one or, at
tho most, two cities In "which this
printing may be done.. Thus if a plant
was furnished in Rock Island for the
publication of the paper, the society
would almost be at the printer's mer
cy' in the price to be charged.
street, suffered a second stroke of "pa
ralysis last night. Although resting
easier this afternoon, Mr. Thompson's
condition is considered quite serious.
He is 70 years of age an.l has been con
fin ei'. to the house for two years.
Beats the Music Cure.
"To keep the body in tune," writes
Mrs. Mary Brown. 20 Lafayette Place,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., "I take Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They are the most re
Iiablo and pleasant laxatiVc I have
found." Best for the stomach, liver
and bowels. Guaranteed by Hartz &
Ullemeyer, druggists. 25c.
Second Stroke of Paralysis.
William Thompson, 920 Nineteenth
515 SEVENTEENTH STREET,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Baby solt sole shoes,
oil OC V
2 pairs 25c q
Children's hose. 8
20c and 15c g
Men's gloves. Q
silk lined 98c o
Men's work gloves.
50c and 25c
20c, l'.c and 10c
Work shoes, o
lil'ilr n .1 ,.: t AC
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ALL AMERICA SHOES FOR
MEN AND WOMEN.
EDUCATOR SHOES FOR
The Reason Why? g
"It's a little farther, but it pays."
The Most Skeptical Buyer
Will be convinced after a visit (o our store (hat the be:,t place m the
city to buy groceries is at' Kuschniaun's. Com j tare the following with
what you' have been paying others. , Note the saving aud either dropj
in, send in, or phone in: ; ' .
21 pounds S1.00
ltr ck SI. 15
per gallon 50
Cider vinegar, purest
and best, gallon 120c
Sweet cider, Duffy's,
7 tans :---2S
raisins .' 25?
II cans pumpkin
Castile soap, pure,
1 pound bar
lemons, large, line,
Catsup, per I
Old 'I'honr S2S t. New 'I'honr R-l.l.t.
SS07 Fourth Avenue
You Save 50 Cents oa Every Ton
nn flic I
Contains less ashes, less clinkers.
It weighs 10 per cent lighter be
cause it is all shed covered.
SOLD ONLY BY
Mueller LHmbeir Co.